Any story is a narrative for change. That is exactly what makes stories so attractive. They invite us to discover the way in which our heroes come together and adapt to the changes that they are experiencing.
In order to capture and maintain your audience’s attention, you will need to do the same thing: design your presentation as a story about the change prompted by your idea.
Often, PPT presentations rhyme with boredom. Building our remarks in the form of a story seems like THE solution to getting our audience on board. But, we are not all seasoned storytellers. How can we turn our PPT presentation into a story that people want to listen to?
If you assiduously follow us on the networks, it will not have escaped your attention that we have just launched the 3rd version of our HUBSTORY® method, synonymous with simplicity and agility. So how to get into agile mode in your work as well as in the preparation of your presentations?
At this time, when we’re fighting against “fake news,” we’re right to be more and more vigilant vis-à-vis the information that we are given. Among the techniques that allow us to focus our attention on one subject or to improve the plausibility of another, storytelling has a prominent place. In line with green washing, is…
Nobody likes to talk in a vacuum. And yet, this has already happened to all of us. So, how can we capture the attention, under any circumstances, of someone who is not necessarily ready to listen to you?